Jalal was badly injured in September 2017 when he found a landmine near his home in Syria.
For the past nine months we have helped to treat Samir’s orthopedic deformities in order to help him lead a happier and healthier future.
Jad was our first ever orthopedic case. It’s great to see him that he has grown up healthy and able to walk without being in pain.
“Her feet are much better,” Dima’s mother told us with a big smile on her face. “I think she will walk with ease once she is old enough to walk.”
“We both say that we want her to be a burns surgeon,” Amal’s parents tell us.
Jamal’s family are extremely thankful that their young son has got the treatment he needed. “We really thank everyone who has made this happen…”
Thanks to a screening session run by INARA and Doctors Without Borders, Isam got the treatment needed for clubfoot.
“He’s able to walk again and he’s not suffering from any pain. We are so happy.”
After almost a year of treatment, Ashraf is finally able to use his hand properly again.
“When Mahmoud saw he was getting better, he felt relieved,” his mom tells us.
Jamil’s mother no longer has to worry about her son’s future.
We used your donations and funding from UNICEF to fit Wafaa with straight case shoes to rectify her clubfoot.
“I wished that it were my feet and not his that were deformed," Akram's mother told us.
Hala’s case has been a long and challenging one for INARA - but we’re relieved to see her happy and healthy.
Joumaa can hold a pen in his hand and draw again because you donated.
Scarring on Cham’s arm could have caused cancer. Thankfully your donations ensured we could operate on it.
Thanks to your donations we managed to improve Tala’s eyesight in her injured eye by 85%.
After fitting Lea with a glass eye she now wants to go out and live her life.
“Before I had my glass eye I felt like someone in prison. Now that I have my glass eye, I finally have my freedom.”
We helped Suzanne by providing her with medication to treat a number of health conditions, including dehydration following diarrhea and influenza.
With your donations we managed to prevent Sama from becoming permanently paralyzed.
Now that Yasir's injured hand has been treated, he can eat by himself. "The whole family is happier," his mother told us.
Mouhanad had surgery to release the tight scars that prevented him from closing his eye.
Now that Sulaiman is no longer in constant pain, he's been able to go out and get his dream job.
We managed to restore full mobility back to Aysha's hand thanks to your donations.
"It's as though a weight has been lifted off our shoulders," Ziad's father says when talking about his son's treatment.
Nada is a much happier child now that she has had medical treatment for the burns on her torso.
After two years working with Gharam, we have restored full mobility to her neck and left arm.
“You saved my son’s future,” Amjad’s mother tells us.
Sarab was once in constant pain due to multiple shrapnel wounds. Now she is much happier and more active.